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ADECS 2019: Counter-BeiDou device helps defend Taiwan

22nd January 2019 - 12:00 GMT | by Charles Au in Taipei

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With a focus on asymmetric warfare, the National Chung-Shan Institute of Science and Technology (NCSIST) recently produced a portable counter-BeiDou device, a countermeasure to interfere with People’s Liberation Army (PLA) missile guidance systems.

Based on its experience of developing an EW system known as the Interception, Acquisition, Direction-Finding and Jamming Vehicle, the NCSIST has reduced and simplified this technology to a portable device able to be carried by an individual.

This Miniature Positioning Guidance Protector creates a countermeasure network to jam guided missiles that rely on satellite-based navigation systems. It employs synthetic-aperture radar countermeasure technology, and collocates with frequencies and

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